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and northeast. the latest track continues to take it up to eastern sections of canada. the wind now down to the upper 60s, below hurricane force. here we have the makings of a wonderful weekend. >>> thank you bob. even though earl's eye never made landfall in maryland. adam may shows us what it looked like when earl hit. >> reporter: ocean city was beared the brunt of the storm but dangerous water conditions continue in the resort town. at the height of the storm in ocean city, giant waves slammed into the beach. emergency patrol surfs battled. >> waves are the biggest i've ever seen. pretty eerie. >> reporter: dangerous rip tides prompted officials to prohibit swimming for the second day in a row. but some risked it any way. >> it's crazy, we've never experienced anything like this, the waves are nice. >> reporter: one man was even arrested for skinny dipping with hurricane earl. the hurricane became a tourist attraction to see waves like this. >> the waves are absolutely beautiful. >> reporter: hurricane earl could have damaged beach front business if it wasn't for a million dollars s
home country of canada for the rest of september. >>> well on a more serious note. court records could soon be going paperless in the city of maryland. the baltimore sun reports that a pilot program is being launched in 2012. people will not have to go to the courthouse just to look at documents, instead they'll be able to access a single network online. the project is expected to be completed around 2015. the state has already put more than $20 billion into it. you can read more about it in tomorrow's edition of the baltimore sun. >>> with economic set backs piling up around the country, president obama now wants to bring back tax credits for businesses. the research and development tax credits are designed to help spur economic growth. on wednesday, the president will ask congress to permenantly extend the $100 billion credits. the white house says the proposal will be paid for by closing other corporate tax breaks. >>> tonight investigators looking into the gulf oil spill could finally examine the piece of equipment that caused it. >> reporter: federal agents took control of a key p
sections of canada. there's a good look at it once again. these are the spaghetti tracks. in other words all the models put together still have this storm pretty far out, at least as far as maryland is concerned. but there still is a tropical storm warning and for the baltimore metro area and all the areas west, we do have coastal flood watches. we can expect 3 to 4 feet. coming up my full forecast will take a look at hurricane earl and how it can impact over the next few days. >>> to track the storm, get updates and see live radar. >>> it was a hot and frustrating commute from some this afternoon, train 28 stalled at the start of rush hour going from washington dc. some fear an earlier, but a rescue train arrived to off load passengers less than an hour later quipped with water. >>> a long time maryland state senator cashes in more than $240,000 for a popular grocery chain. police say those checks were illegal. kelly mcfear mcpherson explains the charges. >> reporter: curry has stepped down as chair of the 32 billion- dollar budget committee after today's outline how he conspired to hel
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